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Antarctica was burned by wildfires 75 million years ago, study finds

Antarctica was ravaged by wildfires 'sparked by volcanic explosions 75 million years ago'

10/27/2021 8:00:00 AM

Antarctica was ravaged by wildfires 'sparked by volcanic explosions 75 million years ago'

Fossilized plants dating back 75 million years ago were found on Antarctica. Experts took a deep look and found charcoal characteristics that stem from wildfires that ravaged the continent.

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COP26: PM hails 'game-changing agreement' but says countries need to 'stand by' decisions made

The climate talks ended with an agreement on Saturday, after 15 days of deliberations. Although, a late disagreement over the wording on fossil fuels saw pledges on coal watered down.

Global warming at its worst tck tck they should never have driven cars I suppose those idiots blame global warming 🚨 Breaking news 🚨 Don't tell Greta. . Climate changed a bit since then and no humans around to cause it.

Britain’s migratory birds ‘may stop flying south for winter’Study finds species are staying longer in European breeding grounds and spend less time in Africa Baby fly fee before insane bring some excuses on it. Smart birds. I don't think that there is much competition for food: the songbirds ignore many of the garden feeders now! And of course, they kill songbirds in continental Europe! brexit This is fine 🐶 ☕️ 🔥

Millionaire Tory donor, 33, dies after partying in London weeks after weddingFriends believe he may have suffered a heart attack at his central London home.

Malkhan Singh: The surrender of India's bandit kingForty years ago, a photographer spent a week following India's dreaded 'bandit king' Malkhan Singh. Who gave Borat a Fal?

Curtain up for Queen's pantomime costumes at Windsor CastleThe costumes go on show at Windsor Castle where the pantomime was performed 80 years ago.

Two charged with murder over death of four-week-old baby in cotBREAKING: Two charged with murder over four-week-old baby boy's death

California areas hit by fires now evacuates due to mudslide and floodThe 'bomb cyclone' that hit the west coast on Sunday is the strongest ever recorded, breaking a record set in 1977. The deluge caused mudslides and saw people forced to evacuate.